EIM’s Inside Leadership Podcast: Gratitude: The Most Overlooked Practice

Why is gratitude SO powerful and SO important?

Gratitude, as a practice, truly begins to shift the habits of the mind.

One of the biggest habits the mind has is to continually look for problems. It does that through comparing, judging, and fixing.


Welcome back to the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott! Today, Daphne discusses the…

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Social Media: Slowly Tearing Us Down?

Social media is a term that I feel is mentioned at least once daily in our everyday conversations.  All of us now-a-days seem to be present on some platform whether it be Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or beyond.  Most people probably relate social media to more personal relationships/interactions, however a recent JOSPT Viewpoint article shined light on the…

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Clinical Podcast: Concussion Corner with Dr. Jessica Schwartz

We welcome back Dr. Jessica Schwartz to the EIM Clinical Podcast with Dr. Jeff Moore and Dr. John Childs! Jess joined us on episode 31 where we discussed concussion management. Jess is a physical therapist and expert in the management of concussion.

In today’s episode, we cover changes that have occurred in the treatment of concussion since we last…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: Deep Leadership

Today, we’re discussing Deep Leadership. Welcome back to the EIM Inside Leadership Podcast with Dr. Daphne Scott! Deep leadership is the intentional focus on leading with the greatest motivation in mind. It’s based on the idea of “deep work,” which is a phrase that caught on a few years ago. Deep work is described as working on a…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: Predictions for Physical Therapy in 2018

Here at Evidence in Motion, we’ve always written out our predictions on the EIM blog. Today, Dr. Larry Benz shares six of his predictions for 2018. These include:

A low overall growth rate for physical therapy.
The focus, for a practice, needs to be on customer service (specifically scheduling and wait times).
The middlemen in physical therapy will “soften…

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EIM Inside Leadership Podcast: What I Learned in 2017

Dr. Daphne Scott shares what she learned in 2017 on today’s EIM Inside Leadership Podcast. This episode incorporates a few key concepts about reflection, vision, and action all within the container of “learning.” One important piece about reflection to remember is that it is to be used as a learning tool and nothing more. It’s easy to fall…

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